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Kimberly Jewett Consulting, Inc. Hires Veteran Advocate

Beth Fairchild Brings Years of Experience to Patient Advocacy

SAN ANTONIO, TX – December 8, 2015 – Kimberly Jewett Consulting, Inc., a leader in patient advocacy for life sciences markets, is pleased to announce the addition of Virginia “Beth” Fairchild to their team during the 2015 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.

Beth, a seasoned professional, will hit the ground running as she brings several years worth of hands-on client and management expertise, backed by her personal experience as a metastatic breast cancer survivor and passionate patient advocate. Her qualifications include a successful track record in healthcare marketing and sales, and her extensive experience in specifically, metastatic breast cancer with a comprehensive understanding of this sophisticated arena.

As an associate, Beth will be contributing to the growth of the organization by concentrating on enrichment of client satisfaction. In her new role, Beth will act as a conduit to clients when she designs and implements new strategies, and as a liaison to new opportunity development – translating client needs into viable product enhancements and solutions.

When asked about her new role with KJC, Beth replied, “I joined Kimberly Jewett, Inc. because I wanted to be part of a team actively involved in driving patient needs and public understanding of this disease. One hundred and twenty-three women and men will die today from METAstatic Breast Cancer, and one day I will be one of those 123. I look forward to working Kim and moving forward with the pharmaceutical industry to build pharma/patient relationships and to create support and advocacy programming.”

CEO and Founder, Kimberly Jewett adds, “We are excited, honored, and grateful to have Beth join our team, supporting the needs of our clients. Our passion, combined with our purpose and professional skillset, will truly impact the lives of cancer patients and their families, and we are both blessed to have the opportunity to be that voice. While honoring the patients who are fighting, surviving, and thriving every day of their fight, and remembering the ones who lost their lives way too soon. Together, WE CAN make a difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families. People just like US.”